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Lolit Solis says she may be implicated in Kris-Nicko issue; Falcis bros tell her why

/ 03:36 PM January 28, 2019
Lolit Solis

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Talent manager and columnist Lolit Solis does not understand why she may be sued by Nicko Falcis, Kris Aquino’s former project manager. Solis aired her concern on Instagram on Jan. 27, telling her readers she is thinking of consulting lawyers Norman Golez and Biboy Malaya.

“Tinawagan ako ni Mercy Lejarde at sinabi na balita daw na kakasuhan ako ni Nicko Falcis,” said Solis. “Bakit? Why? Hindi ko ma-understand. Gusto ko tuloy tawagan si Atty. Norman Golez at Biboy Malaya para mag-consult, pero naisip ko balita pa lang naman.”

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Naku Salve ha, tinawagan ako ni Mercy Lejarde at sinabi na balita daw kakasuhan ako ni Nicko Falcis. Bakit? Why? Hindi ko ma-understand. Gusto ko tuloy tawagan si. atty Norman Golez at Biboy Malaya para mag-consult, pero naisip ko balita pa lang naman. Naku talagang ako lagi hinahabol ng intriga, kahit hindi ako kasali bigla nadadamay ako. Sa edad na 72 sa May madi-demanda pa ako, grabe naman, huh huh. To think na nalimutan nga ni Kris Aquino ipadala ang christmas gift ko at ang promise niya na every three months supply ng gc ng S&R tapos may kaso pa ako. At I don’t know why ha? Kaya Salve dapat na talaga mag-meeting kami ni Atty. Norman at Atty. Biboy para mapayuhan ako sa aking gagawin at bakit ako nasali dito. Kris, bakit ako nasali? Cris Roque why? Bakit Leo Espinosa? Ay naku, me and my being so clueless huh huh. #lolitkulit #instatalk #71naako

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(I was called up by Mercy Lejarde. She said Nicko Falcis will reportedly file a case against me. Why? I do not understand. I feel like calling Atty. Norman Golez and Biboy Malaya to consult, but then I thought these are all still just reports.)

Intrigues always seem to chase Solis, who further said, “Kahit hindi ako kasali, bigla nadadamay ako. Sa edad na 72 sa May madi-demanda pa ako, grabe naman, huh huh.”

(Even when I am not involved in something, I still get suddenly dragged into it. At the age of 72, there would still be a case? This is too much.)

She also said she did not know why she seemed to have been involved in the Falcis-Aquino issue.

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“Kris, bakit ako nasali? Cris Roque why? Bakit Leo Espinosa? Ay naku, me and my being so clueless…”

(Kris, why am I involved. Cris Roque, why? Why, Leo Espinosa? Oh my, me and my being so clueless.)

Falcis brothers explain why

Brothers Nicko and Atty. Jesus Falcis did not waste time in replying to Solis and took to her Instagram post to give light to her queries.

Jesus told Solis that she was the first one who named his brother Nicko during the early days of the issue. He also said that Solis created an intrigue by making it look as if Nicko had a relationship with Thai actor Peach Chirathivat, and that Nicko stole money from Aquino because he was funding him.

“Miss Lolit Solis, kayo po ang unang nag pangalan sa Kuya ko,” Jesus told her. “Tapos ginawan mo pa ng intriga na [may] billionaire boyfriend siya sa Bangkok na pinopondohan kaya siya nagnakaw.”

Lolit Solis

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Jesus also called Solis out for gay-shaming Nicko and for involving the innocent Chirathivat in the issue, who he says is straight and has a girlfriend.

“Libelous po yung mga posts nyo last year. Wala pa namang ikakaso, wala pa,” he clarified. (Your posts last year were libelous. There are no cases filed yet, none yet.)

He added, “You should reflect on how you helped Kris Aquino’s smear campaign and maybe message Kuya to explain why you posted such things.”

Jesus also told Solis to ask for an apology for the rumor-mongering she fostered last year.

Solis did make a post on Instagram last Oct. 1, 2018 where she name-dropped Nicko. She also shared a “side story” to the issue, alleging that Nicko may have a relationship with a Thai actor who may be the reason why Nicko was tempted to steal money.

Meanwhile, Nicko took to Solis’ post and told her to be careful with her libelous statements.

“We knew how she played it through you, Darla and the rest of the paid journalists in her payroll, as she maintained her image as the victim last year,” said Nicko. “Remember, I’m an accountant, so I see how things get distributed.”

Lolit Solis Nicko Falcis

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Nicko reminded Solis that she confessed to receiving money and gift checks from Aquino in the past. “So just own up to your mistakes and leave me and my family alone,” he told Solis. 

True enough, Solis did post back in June 1, 2018 about the extravagant gift check Aquino gave her, with a promise of replenishment if Solis stayed “good.” 

“Remember — you’re going to be good to me for 2 months and then July I’ll replenish your GCs,” Aquino wrote in a letter to Solis then.

READ: Lolit Solis receives almost 500k gift from Kris Aquino — but has to stay ‘good’ for 2 months 

Aquino filed qualified theft charges against Falcis in November 2018 for allegedly stealing funds from her production company, Kristina C. Aquino Productions (KCAP) for personal use. Falcis, on his end, maintained that he never stole money from Aquino, and that she was bullying him and his family. JB

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